‘Novice to Expert’ in 12 Lead ECG – Teesside

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This 1 day intensive programme has been written to meet the needs of student and newly registered Paramedics or Nurses, Emergency Medical Technicians, Voluntary Aid Society Responders, Health Care Assistants, or anyone with a personal or professional interest in expanding their knowledge of ECG capture and interpretation. It combines our previous crammer and advanced course together, and gives the clinical more confidence in obtain and reading ECGs.

All events are delivered in a COVID secure environment in accordance with the current government guidelines
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This programme has been written to meet the needs of students and newly registered Paramedics and Nurses, Emergency Medical Technicians, Voluntary Aid Society Responders, Health Care Assistants and anyone with a personal or professional interest in expanding their knowledge of ECG capture and interpretation.

The course will be of particular interest to Registered Health Professionals such as Pharmacists and Physiotherapists entering the urgent or primary care sectors with responsibility for assessing, referring, treating or discharging service users with medical conditions.

This intensive 1-day course will offer delegates the ability to confidently recognise normal and abnormal 12 lead ECGs, successfully interpret and diagnose many common arrhythmia and conditions, and improve patient safety by ensuring those undertaking 12 lead capture and/or interpretation appropriately treat, refer or seek senior support.

Delegates should be employed in a healthcare field, voluntary aid sector, or studying towards a healthcare qualification with responsibility for capturing and/or interpreting 12 lead EGCs.

Delegates should be familiar with the basic anatomy and physiology of the heart.


On completion of the course, delegates will be issued with a certificate of attendance.

  • The systematic approach to 12 lead ECG interpretation
  • History taking and clinical examination findings
  • The ECG in Acute Coronary Syndromes (ACS)
  • Arrhythmia recognition and management
  • Subtleties and pitfalls



Under new heading Parking to all courses add “There is limited parking on site due to 24 hour operational staff use. There is ample on street parking nearby, but delegates are encouraged to cycle, use public transport or car share where possible. Please follow government guidance on transport during COVID-19 control measures. 

Getting there

By car – The address and postcode is CIPHER Medical, 5 Limeoak Way, Stockton on Tees, TS18 2LS.

By foot – We are based just under a mile from Stockton High Street (approx 15 minutes’ walk).

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By public transport – Stockton High Street is well served by busses. Stockton Railway Station and Thornaby Railway Station are both approximately 1 mile from the venue. 

By bike – We are just off the National Cycle Network Routes 1 and 14.

Cycle Route to CIPHER location

Where to stay

There are a range of accommodations to suit every budget. These are two hotels within a short journey that we can recommend. 

 Hampton by Hilton Stockton on Tees, Church Rd, Stockton-on-Tees TS18 1TW (0.5 miles).

 Premier Inn Stockton on Tees (Teesside), Teesside International White Water Course, Whitewater Way, Stockton-on-Tees TS17 6QB (1.2 miles)


Equipment Required

A workbook will be provided. Students may want to bring a pen and paper, laptop or tablet for note making or reference during the day.

Dress Code

Not applicable.

Pre Course Reading / Learning

None required however we advise basic knowledge and understanding of the normal ECG.


Tea and Coffee is complimentary throughout the day. You
will need to arrange your own lunch. You are welcome to
bring a packed lunch or there are a number of locations
within a short walk of the venue.

CIPHER Medical has risked assessed and taken appropriate measures recommended by the UK Government to ensure the safety of delegates and staff taking part in essential face-to-face training, including the provision of appropriate sanitisation facilities and PPE. 

Delegates are encouraged to bring a face covering, however, if you forget we will provide you with one. 

Courses will go ahead subject to any restrictions imposed by the UK Government, including local lockdowns or changes in legislation. CIPHER Medical will do our utmost to provide reasonable notice to all delegates, however, restrictions could be imposed at any time and are beyond our control. Course fees will be refunded for any course cancelled due to COVID-19. 

Please check in to the UK Government Test and Trace with the QR code below or displayed in the venue on the day.

Our Reviews Leave Review
  1. Ben Hardy

    No negatives genuinely feel much better about ECG knowledge.

  2. Joseph Cummings

    Very satisfied with all course aspects.

  3. Jordan

    Great day, started at the basics of consent and A+P, progressing up to performing posterior ECGs and interpreting a wide variety of rhythms.

  4. N/A

    Nice venue and facilities, Aaron had a great knowledge of the subject and great communication with us

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